E-mail quotas on SBS 2003

I set up e-mail quotas on a 2003 SBS server and it is sending multiple e-mails every morning.  Any way to turn that down to 1.  I only have the warning configured not the prohibit send.
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duggy22Asked:
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JoWickermanCommented:
Hi duggy22,

You can set a schedule and tell it to send only once and specify the time to send.

If you need help to do this, please let me know.

Cheers
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duggy22Author Commented:
I had it set to a custom schedule.  It was supposed to run at 6 in the morning.  I set it to one of the drop down answers at 12.  Lets see if that gets it.
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JoWickermanCommented:
Cool.

Let me know on Monday!
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duggy22Author Commented:
Well, I knew that much so I guess I will just have to live with the built in 12am.  Thanks.
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